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The letter emphasizes that LR2 has the largest audience of all Latvian Radio stations, however, the radio has the smallest staff and its staff members are paid the lowest wages.
Kamene and Kibe resigned from NRG Radio and paid their ex-employer three months' salary in lieu of notice.
PS39.99, robertdyas.co.uk VQ ROSIE-LEE DAB/ FM RADIO/ BLUETOOTH SPEAKER - BLACK/ WALNUT: The radio is constructed from a single piece of real wood.
From its "Curse Like a Sailor" radio spot to the Radio Mercury Award winning "Ads from Dad" campaign, RAB says, "Progressive's approach to audio creative demonstrates that it is possible to be edgy and to take strategic risks to engage consumers and move them to act.
Radio stations from all over the world were invited to participate in the contest.
Noted broadcasters gather in Karachi to mark World Radio Day
The non-denominational radio was officially launched in June after being registered legally and given the go ahead by Botswana Communications Regulatory Authority (BOCRA).
A presentation was shown on the importance of advertising campaign and Virgin Radio Oman's sales strategy.
Radio is still the most dynamic, reactive and engaging medium there is, adapting to 21st century changes and offering new ways to interact and participate.
With the aim of broadcasting "more music and more fun", the pop-up station will broadcast every weekday morning culminating on January 2, 40 years to the eve of BBC Radio Cymru's first broadcast on January 3, 1977.
The 1368 khz is a strong signal in Pembrokeshire but the broadcast is also available via the Radio Caroline and Manx Radio websites.